Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Donald Trump’s White House may be in chaos, but financial markets don’t seem to...

Can political chaos coexist with economic success? We know that political paralysis does not seem to matter much, at least in the short...

Wage squeeze: The end is in sight but there’ll be no party

We might be entering the 12th straight month of falling real wages, but the end of the squeeze in living standards that followed the...

Brexit: Sterling faces imminent slump against euro and dollar, warns currency expert

Buy euros and dollars now before sterling slumps: that was the message from a leading foreign currency expert at a travel industry event on the impact of Brexit. Nick Parsons, chief writer...

EU approves buyout of Monsanto by German chemical firm Bayer

German conglomerate Bayer won EU antitrust approval on Wednesday for its $62.5bn (£44.5bn) buy of US peer Monsanto, the latest in a trio of...

10 things airlines are doing to make flying economy more comfortable

Modern air travel has become increasingly unpleasant as airlines continue to shrink seat sizes to fit more passengers on board — and this...

Five things to look out for as US interest rates rise this week

This will be a week where interest rates and currencies will climb to the front, though politics retains the capacity to surprise us...

Northern Ireland’s economy to fall behind the rest of the UK as employment rate...

Northern Ireland’s economy is expected to grow less than all other regions in the UK next year due to a combination of slowing...

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Fears Russia could move to unmask British spies in bitter ‘tit-for-tat’...

Security officials are deeply concerned that the Kremlin may reveal the identities of British intelligence officers in the escalating and bitter confrontation following the...

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